During a religious procession, a Bajrang Dal youth stabbed to death in broad daylight

A tragic incident has unfolded in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. A young man was fatally stabbed during a mass religious demonstration in Indore. Along with this, a young man is said to be injured. The police are investigating the matter The body has been sent to MY Hospital for post-mortem and the treatment of the injured is going on in the same hospital.

During Prabhat Pheri, a 137-year-old tradition of Ranjit Hanuman Temple in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, miscreants carried out a knife attack on Thursday morning. The deceased has been identified as Shubham Raghuvanshi, who had joined the procession with his friend Krishna Prajapati. Due to the large crowd in the same yatra, both Ranjeet and Krishna were praying of Hanuman’s chariot but due to excessive jostling, some miscreants overheard them.

Before Shubham could understand anything, the miscreants attacked him with a knife.

During this, Shubham’s friend Krishna also clashed with the miscreants. After stabbing, the miscreants took advantage of the opportunity and ran away. Shubham was taken to the hospital but the doctors declared him dead. His partner Krishna has been seriously injured in this incident. Police are investigating this matter. Investigation is also going on whether there was any previous enmity between the two parties.

Prabhat Pheri is a 135-year-old tradition starts from Ranjit Hanuman Temple in Indore. According to other reports, more than 3 lakh devotees were present in this yatra. Prabhatferi started from Ranjit Hanuman Temple and reached Ranjit Hanuman Temple at 10.15 via Usha Nagar Marg, Mahunaka, Annapurna Mata Mandir, Narendra Tiwari Marg. This time the yatra was dedicated to Lord Ram. Seven bhajan singers and Mahakal’s troupe participated in the yatra. The center of attraction in Prabhat Pheri was the large replica of the Ram temple being built in Ayodhya, which was decorated with gold coins of Ranjit Hanuman. The 21-foot-high replica of the temple was built by artists from Bengal.

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